Deputy PM Meets Norwegian Ambassador in Kabul
KABUL (BNA) Deputy Political of Prime Minister Mawlawi Abdul Kabir today Saturday met with Ole Andreas Lindeman Norwegian Ambassador to Afghanistan at the Sapedar Palace.
Mawlawi Abdul Kabir called the relations between Afghanistan and Norway friendly and pointed to its historical past.
He praised Norway’s efforts towards Afghanistan, in particular the recent meeting on Afghanistan in Oslo and the direct meeting of the Islamic Emirate delegation with EU officials and Afghan civil society living in Europe, to bring out mutual understanding concept and appreciated Norwegian assistance in the field of demining.
The political deputy prime minister added that the Islamic Emirate wants good relations with all countries of the world, including Norway.
Ambassador Lindeman said that his country interested in good diplomatic ties with Afghanistan, lasting friendship, joint work, and political interaction.
“Norway does not support any military opposition against the Islamic Emirate.” He added.
Both sides discussed women work in government offices, girls’ education, Hijab, inclusive government, the procedure of the Commission of contact Afghan personalities, and the recent dissolve of several institutions from the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
In the end, Deputy Political of Islamic Emirate stressed further collaboration of Norway embassy with Islamic Emirate.
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